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At yesterday's Annual General Meeting of Cicor Technologies Ltd. in Boudry NE, the shareholders approved all proposals.
The Annual General Meeting approved the 2022 annual report, annual financial statements, consolidated financial statements and appropriation of the available earnings. It also granted discharge to the members of the Board of Directors and Group Management for the 2022 financial year. In addition, the Board of Directors’ total remuneration for the next term of office and the remuneration elements for the Group Management for the following financial year were approved. The amendments to the Articles of Association proposed by the Board of Directors were approved by the Annual General Meeting.
Daniel Frutig, Chairman of the Board of Directors, as well as the existing Board Members Norma Corio, Denise Koopmans and Konstantin Ryzhkov were re-elected by the Annual General Meeting. Daniel Frutig and Konstantin Ryzhkov were also confirmed as members of the Nomination and Compensation Committee.
Further, the independent proxy, Etude Athemis, Rue Jaquet-Droz 32, 2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds and the auditors of KPMG AG, Zurich, were appointed by the Annual General Assembly for a further year.
Barry Matties and Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Every industry has a beginning, and we are lucky to have Rex Rozario here to share the story of how the printed circuit board industry got its start. I-Connect007 chatted with Rex recently about how he became involved with circuit board inventor Dr. Paul Eisler.
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
At the SMTA Atlanta Expo and Tech Forum, I spoke with NCAB Group Field Application Engineer Ramon Roche, who gave a presentation at the show titled, “Technical Trends in the Global PCB Industry.” Ramon and I discussed his presentation, the emerging technologies that have NCAB’s focus over the next few years, and why semi-additive processes may be the key to succeeding with ultra HDI technology.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
This week, I’m identifying key news about EVs, orbital payloads, environmental sustainability, the state of the economy, and new executive leadership. I’d say it’s a well-rounded selection of what’s happening in the industry. I can’t help but continue to be impressed by the pervasiveness of space commercialization. Satellites have a long history of being commissioned and operated by private business, but as commercial launch vehicles become more available, it seems that satellite launches are accelerating. Read on!